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Directory? Satisfaction is
mmand if you patronize our
.-Adv.

E AR m R LG Uf. . PAT VFF.

HEEL WALKING
SHOES

t outdoor Walkover for Women.
ly a sport Sbce but worn by womren
e for city wear. Made with the. new
Ile pattcrns in black and bicvn calf.
PRICE $10.00

)ver .Ioot Shop
South Main Street

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LASIFITHIS
N ACLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

LOST AND FOUND
A jewelled basket shaped pinf
day night, also a pair of long-
gloves Sunday. Please call!
J or. 506 E. Catherine. Re-
158-21
Jewe.lled Eastern Star pin, on
us or vicinity, Thursday att-I
n. Reward if returned to har-I
.all, corner Huron and State
157-3
Will the person wno got the
acoat from the surgical am-
eater Mlonday evening, please
utton and exchange. 2655-R.
159'
A brown cravenette top-coat
Hal1 auditorium,between 2 and
ock Monday. Call Howartli
or phone 1097-W. -.158-3
A loose. leaf leather covered
ook with name C. Maurice At-
ri on it. Reward. Call Atkin-
t 566. 158-3
Pair of tortoise shell gla'sses,
day on State St., or East Uni-
y. Reward. Call Wilsoni,
188. 158-2
Thursday, May 12, black leath-
arse containing $7.00, change
key. Phone 1058-R. 158-2
Ca sera. No. 2 Premo East-
Kodak, on east side of Huron,
y P. M. Call 410-J. 15872

-A jack knife Fountain
er's Lucky Curve. , Call
tee, 1468-M. Reward.

Pen,
A. V.
159-3

WANTED.
' WANTED-If you want outside work
dufing vacation, nothing better than
selling LIFE INSURANCE in your
home city or community for ONE of
the OLDEST MUTUAL COMPAN-
IES in thed nited States. Good
contract. Address, Union Mutual
Life Insurance Company, 1122 De-
troit Savings Bank Bldg., Detroit,
Mich. .159-3
WANTED - Summer salesmen for
house to house work in Michigan.
If yon are interested in making some
roeal money, call talleaux and Clark
,at 210 S. Thayer St., between 3:00
'and 5:00 or 6:10 and 8:00 P.M. 159-21
WANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
tween 6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
write 1007 E. Huron. 148-21
WANTED - All 4tudents desiring
stenographic positions during the
summer months, file applications in
the Secretary's Office, University of
Michigan. 159-3:
WANTED - Saleslady. Live wire,
house to house solicitor, excellent
money made with well known line
o 2:oods. Call Mrs. Taylor, Iotel
Whitney. 159-2
WANTED-Two May Festival tickets,,
preferahly on 1st floor. Also three
or four tickets for Saturday night
concert. Call 1526-R. '159
WANTED-Want to rent a first-class
room or suite for next year. Must,
be warm, clean, light, and well furn-
ished. Box: C. E.I. Daily. 159-3
WANTED-Student to help in Press-
ing Shop. One with experience pre-
ferred. Horace 'Claveau. 802 So.
State. Phone 385-W. 159-3
WANTED- Two tickets, main floor.
for Saturday night, May 21. Call
1472-M. C. S. 158-2
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENTS-We have a high grade
position for summer work. Come in
and talk it over with us. No. 4,
Nickel's Arcade. 157-3
WILL THE person who borrowed a
"C" clarinet from C. M. Atkinson be-
fore Xmas, kindly call 566. Thank
you. 158-3
YOUR TROUSERS pressed without a
cent to the tailor. "Dud Duzzet",
phone 16'29-M. 158-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets, any entertainment. Ten rows
from back, main floor. Call 1879-M.
159-2
FOP- SALE-Main floor seats for May
Festival for $1.50. Call 849-R atj
noon or before 8'a. m. 158-3
FOR SALE-One $6 May Festival tick-~
et for $5., Call 1666-W. 159
FOR RENT

MASQUES' ULAY TO ISE
PREFENER AT WHITNEY.
PRODUCTION OPEN TO BOTH UN-
VERSITY MEN AND
WOMEN
"The Importance of Being Earnest,"
Masques' annual play, to be given June
1, will be presented at the Whitney
theater for the first time since the in-
stitution of the dramatic organization.
The play is to be open to (he men as
well as to the women of the campus
and community, although all parts
will be taken by women as in pre-
vious years.
"This innovation has been mae be-
cause we feel that after five years
the organization has established such
a reputation for artistic presentation
of English comedy as to warrant a
larger and more representative audi-
ence than has beer} possible in the
past," is the statement of Anne Mit-
chell, '21, president.
The cast includes a number of girls
who have already made a reputation
for themselves in campus dramatics.
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, of the engin-
eering college, who has directed all
Masques' plays and several other not-
able campus productions, is to be in
charge of this piece.
JUNIOR S GUESTS
AT FRESHMAN TEA
A large number of both freshmen
and juniors were present at the tea
dance which the girls of the freshman
class gave in honor of their junior
advisors in Barbour gymnasium yes-
terday afternoon. The Alpha Tau
Omega orchestra furnished the music
for the dancing. Refreshments, in the
form of punch and wafers, contrib-
uted to the success of the party. Dean
Myra B. Jordan, Miss Marguerite
Chapin, Miss Marion Wood, Ozd Miss
Marion Dawley were patronesses.
TICKETS FOR DENT DANCE
NOW ON SALE TO CAWPUS
Due to the fact that the Dental
school has but a small number en-
rolled, tickets for the dent dance, to
be held Friday evening in Barbour
gymnasium, have been placed on sale
for the campus at large.
The committee in' charge wishes to
emphasize the fact that the dance will
interfere in no wa with those who
wish to attend the Cap night ceremon-
ies, as the music will start after the
event at Sleepy Hollow is completed.
The dance will be informal and it
is requested that no flowers be worn.
Music will be furnished by Bob Dee-
bach's seven-piece orchestra. Chap-
erones for the occasion will be: Dr.
R. B. Howell and Mrs. Howell, Dr.
0. M. Cope and Mrs. Cope, Dr. A. J.
Irving and Mrs. Irving.
Herbert Gustin, '18, Married
Herbert A. Gustin, '18, was married
Saturday, May 14, in Trinity Episco-
pal chujch, Bay City, to Miss Louise
G. Tromble, of Bay City.. Miss Trom-
ble is a graduate of Pratt institute,
Brooklyn. Donald C. Stimson, '18, of
Chicago, served as best man at the
wedding. Both are +members of the
Delta Upsilon fraternity. Mr. Guistin
is now connected with the Tiniken
Axle company in Detroit, where the
couple will reside.
Blanchard is Again Head of N. H. T. A.

Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the
highway engineering department of
the engineering college, was re-elect-
ed president of the National Highway
Traffic association at the annual meet-
ing held on May 13 in New York City.
NO 3OB DISCIPL-NINT OF
IEESHMEN
Mob disciplining of freshmen
will not be. tolerated from now
on, according to a statement. giv-
out by the underclass conduct
committee Monday afternoon.,
Following the conclusion of the"
Spring games and contests it is
desired by the committee that all
action against freshmen cease
and that sophomores see that the
plan is carried out.
If mob action against fresh-
men men is seen taking place
.it is urged by the committee that
one of the following men be noti-
fled immediately: Herbert Dun-
phf, 319; Ellis Hunt, 392-W;
' Thorne Brown, 909; Paul Goebel,
909; Charles Hummer, 188; Bill
I Lichtenberg, 1869-3;Ed Johns,
1842-J; Harry Rappaport, 751-W;
Humphrey Rohns, 1172-R.
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Wlomen M
Mortarboard will meet at 5 o'clock
this afternoon at Helen Newberry
residence.
Members of the Mandolin club will
meet at 3:45 o'clock this afternoon
in Newberry hall.
The cast for the new Mummers' play
will meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon at the Burton residence.
Any women interested in work as

SPECIAL SALE
ON
MESH
BAGS
GREEN GOLD AND
SILVER
$7.50 and $9:00, Bags
AT
$5.00
$$15.00 and $20.00 Bags
AT
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The spirit of Jazz-Joy.
ous, uncontained-come
to life upon the screen.
You'll love it.
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71/dad

3waitresses at Gratiot Inn, near Port
Huron, for this summer should call
Helen Munger, phone 1322-M.
DOROTHY HAAS, '23, DIES
AFTER EXTENDED ILLNESS
Word was received here yesterday
of the death of Dorothy P. Haas, '23,
of Trenton, Saturday morning, at the
Harper hospital in Detroit. The death
was the result of long illness lasting
since February.

at th8 JEpiscopal church in
Burial will take place at Wa'
N. Y.
RECREATION TRAINING S
OF CHICAGO
(Successor to Recreation
Chicago School of Civics and

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$25.00 Bags
$14.50
$35.00 Bags
AT
$20.00

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SAMUEL GOB otYN
Presents
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The Castaways of Winter

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TODAY AND
TOMORROW

One year cofse in
New School of Drami
eantry. 800 S. Half
House), Chicago.

-A Kappa Delta pin, diamond
ped with pearls. Finder. pleasel
2597. - 158-2
-Alpha Sigma Phi pin, finder
1460 and ask for hland. Re-
d. 159-3
-Taupe gray fur neckpiece. Call
en Duffey, 73-NV, after six 158-3
-Gold pen. Generouis reward.)
Lois Brooks, 1833-11. 158-3
FOt SALE
SALE-Furniture at 1236 Wash-
.w, one side-board, black walnut
75 years old and many other;
antiques. All must be sold.
154-6
SALE Pittsburg typewriter-
dard keyboard. Big bargain at
Call Wm. Husband at 2106-M
15 Monroe. 158-2
SALE-$60.00 Victrola, Mahog-
case. Condition good. 15 ltec-;
Caruso, McCormick, jazz. Price
)0. Phone 2186-R. 1591
ALE-May Festival ticket. main
six dollars. Inquire of M. F.
son, 1057 Lincoln Ave. Phone
-R. 159
3ALE - Vega (Tenor) . banjoj
lbar gain. Fine condition. Call !
ings 2127-M. at 7. 636 Oakland.
158-2

W ITH warm weather come the cast-
aways of winter garments for
which you have no further use. Ordi-
narily you leave them around where
they become happy hunting grounds
for moths - and soon whatever value
they have is completely gone.
Don't do it this year. As soon as you.
decide that you have no further use for
la coat or suit or -par of shoes -- sell.
We're paying the highest cash prices for
men's and women s used clothingand

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shoes.

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Telephone 2601
We 'll call at once

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tickets for M
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15S

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or.-

J FOR RENT-Three light housekeeping,
rooms. Hot and cold water in kitch-
val en. Forty-five dollars per month.
-J. May be had by June 1st. 110 N. In-
-2 galls St. 159
es I FOR RENT-Four mom flat with bath

Opposite Court House on Fourth

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For Phil

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call

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